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Comment: Re:Never met anyone who uses it. (Score 2) 245

by m6tt (#42237709) Attached to: FreeBSD Project Falls Short of Year End Funding Target By Nearly 50%

I use it all the time. I also use Linux variants.

FreeBSD is really a powerful, well-documented system that brings a lot of stuff to the table that's not possible, not production ready, or simply broken in Linux.

Off the top of my head: standardized networking commands, ZFS (in kernel), GEOM framework, devd, pf firewall is huge, RAID trim support, lagg (link aggregation/hot failover) and CARP (common address redundancy protocol...share IP for multiple servers).

Computer Science is merely the post-Turing decline in formal systems theory.

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